SUSE, the enterprise Linux company, is working on its own storage solution using open-source Ceph: SUSE Storage.
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SUSE supports the notion that cloud computing and open source software are perfect companions for organizations that look to the use of cloud computing to lower their overall costs of IT infrastructure, offer freedom to deploy its workloads wherever appropriate, and avoid being locked into a single vendors hardware or software products.
It's easier than ever to make your own Linux distribution or appliance. Novell first annual "Dister" Awards, to groups that built Linux-based software appliances using SUSE Studio, shows just much you can do with an easy-to-use Linux development tool.
VMware is reportedly looking to acquire Novell's SUSE operating system in a move that would give it a full stack of enterprise software.
Novell has introduced a significant update for its Suse Linux Enteprise 11 software, Service Pack 1, which includes the integration of components for Microsoft's Hyper-V hypervisor.
The Suse Appliance Program provides free tools for quickly building software appliances and delivering them in any virtual environment, as well as in datacentres and Amazon's cloud
Novell’s SUSE Appliance Programme launches this afternoon; buoyant on the promise of giving ISVs the ability to create fully supported software and virtual appliances. So what you say right?
A new partnership aims to help software companies develop Suse Linux Enterprise-based virtual appliances that are tailored to VMware's ESX platform
Novell and VMware said Tuesday that they are collaborating so independent software vendors can build SUSE Linux Enterprise virtual appliances. The two companies will also develop VMware-ready appliances on SUSE Linux.
The company will offer Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop to business and education customers, and will expand its virtualised browsing software
Microsoft and Novell said Wednesday that the software giant will invest more into the companies' SUSE Linux partnership. As part of the agreement, Microsoft will buy up to an additional $100 million in SUSE Linux support certificates.
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I've been following the market for system software for quite some time and have watched Novell's efforts, which include the venerable NetWare and SUSE Linux, with some interest since the 1980s.
Novell has released the first service pack (SP1) for its Suse Linux Enterprise 10 server software, which promises better virtualisation and high performance support along with improved security.Novell also announced a set of drivers allowing various virtualised operating systems to run unmodified under the Xen hypervisor, which is integrated with Suse, at near-native performance.
Novell reported fiscal second quarter earnings of $110,000 on revenue of $239 million in a so-so quarter that illustrated how the company's non-Linux businesses--Netware and its identity management software--struggle to grow. The good news: SUSE Linux continues to deliver solid growth for Novell courtesy of the company's partnership with Microsoft.
Companies are offering a joint maintenance and support package for customers using SAP applications on Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Server.
Companies are offering a joint maintenance and support package for customers using SAP applications on Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Server
The crosscurrents are still swirling around Microsoft's deal with Novell to resell Suse Linux. And the Free Software Foundation may have found an avenue to hit Novell in the pocket.
in brief Software vendor Novell plans to make the latest 10.1 version of its SUSE Linux operating system available late this week.
Novell says its new Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10--which includes virtualization software--is ready for mainstream use.